I'm honored to share results of the first-ever PrideStrong Weeklong, in collaboration with the Center for Animal Research and Education (C.A.R.E.) in Bridgeport, Texas. I contributed by way of pro bono project management, research design, and quantitative and qualitative analysis.
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As quoted in Money magazine,
In an urban area, you may be able to find postgraduate training programs in psychoanalysis or cognitive behavioral therapy for experienced psychologists, says Geoffrey Steinberg, a licensed psychologist in New York City. (Google “training clinic” and the specialty you’re looking for.)
Another option: Ask your therapist if your condition might benefit from group therapy led by an experienced psychologist, which can be 50% less expensive than one-on-one sessions. Says Steinberg, “Group is so underrated and can be so valuable.”
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In addition to my ongoing supervisory role within the Counseling Psychology program, I am pleased to join the Clinical Psychology program at Teachers College, Columbia University. Starting in the Spring semester 2014, I will be teaching the Fieldwork in Applied Psychology course to masters-level graduate students. This course provides students the opportunity to gain supervised experience working in a wide range of field placements throughout the city. Fieldwork sites may involve clinical practice, assessment, and/or research in clinical psychology.
I have accepted an appointment as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Counseling Psychology Program in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University where I will be teaching a practicum course involving group clinical supervision for a small group of graduate students as they learn to practice counseling at the on-site training clinic, the Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services.
After a decade in which nearly one hundred percent of my professional activity has been devoted to the provision of direct clinical service, I am excited by the opportunity to diversify my activities and give back to students who are preparing to join the field.
On October 12, 2012, I'll be attending another installment of the In conversation with series at the New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute (NYSPI), in which Lois Oppenheim, Ph.D. interviews some of the greatest creative and literary figures of our time. The series' blend of cultural exploration and psychoanalytic inquiry continues this week when her guest will be Edmund White.
I attended the summer gathering for the Downtown Clinicians Collective yesterday evening. This group is growing into an increasingly cohesive professional network for professional collaboration. Particularly refreshing to interact with professionals across the spectrum, such as learning specialists and alternative medicine practitioners, which rarely seems to happen in more narrowly defined professional circles.